Skinny Jeans Sale for Progressive Mega-Church, Hipster Pastors (satire)

My homemade advertisement above is satirical, but there’s some truth mixed in.

Here’s an observation from one of the older brothers in the pews:

Hipster, mega-church pastors and worship team leaders are trying SO HARD to be culturally “relevant” and cutting-edge cool that it’s becoming ridiculous, pathetic, and even pitiable. Skinny jeans with “pre-manufactured” holes in the knees matched with $100 swag haircuts have become de rigueur, bonus points for tatoos. What’s next?

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” – Romans 12:2

10 thoughts on “Skinny Jeans Sale for Progressive Mega-Church, Hipster Pastors (satire)

  1. Not far from the truth. No modesty for many men or women who profess Christianity. To wear cloths with faux holes or fading does not bode well for a person who lived in the 1950s and 60s. Guess I am old fashioned and will stay that way. lol I will enter heaven clothed in a whiter than white robe. Amen.

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    1. I’m 62 Bonnie, so seeing the pastor up there with tight jeans with fashionable holes in the knees just strikes me as ridiculous. I really do understand the effort to make church welcoming to everybody instead of an excuse to dress up, like it used to be thirty years ago, but now it’s gone to the other extreme where the church leaders purposely try to dress down to the hipster grungiest.

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  2. I can’t stand…hipster Pastors.
    We need pastors who know more Bible than more personality in their pulpits.
    The epitome of the hip skinny jeans pastor is elevation church pastor steven furtick. CAN’T STAND THAT GUY AT ALL…

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  3. Wow, this is good, haha!
    This is spot on. A lot of young pastors are so desperately seeking to make Scripture “culturally relevant” that they attempt to advertise Christianity by cultivating this eccentric, hipster persona.
    I believe it is their goal to make Christianity appear to be modern and chic, but they’re going about it the wrong way.
    The gospel message is timeless and able to speak to people of every nation. We don’t need to add anything to it, especially not fashion

    Thanks for the read!

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